SGI 2018, the first major signage expo of the new year: Sign Middle East, Dubai, January 2018 Print

SGI 2018, the first major signage expo of the new year:
Sign Middle East, Dubai, January 2018

Posted November 23, 2017

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We are just excited to start a great year in Dubai.

Two inkjet printer and signage production workflow equipment review editors from FLAAR Reports are preparing for SGI 2018 (Sign Middle East, Dubai, organized by IEC).

Dr Nicholas and Marcelo Giron look forward to seeing you in friendly Dubai, January 14, 15, and 16, 2018.

Marcelo has been two trade shows in Asia and looks forward to this international signage expo in Dubai.

Dr Hellmuth has been attending the Sign Middle East expo for many years. We stopped attending VISCOM several years ago (VISCOM Madrid collapsed and VISCOM Paris is now evidently no longer continuing).

This is why we prefer to focus on expos such as SGI Dubai: they are the best expo in the Middle East.

Plus, no matter what other expos you attend elsewhere in the world, to learn about the market trends in the Middle East and all the surrounding countries, it is useful to be at the Dubai expo every year.

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Sharif and Donna of IEC, as seen in their booth in the APPPEXPO Thailand area co-located with SIGN EXPO ASIA a few weeks ago in Bangkok. SGI 2018 also had a booth at KOSIGN where FLAAR Reports also attended.

In addition to traditional signage, we are interested in textile printers (for clothing and décor in addition to flags and soft signage). There are more than 15 graphic designers in the FLAAR Reports office, so we always like to see the diverse style of designs at large trade shows. So we look forward to seeing the SGI Wall of Fame showcase.

Plus Dr Hellmuth has initiated a T-shirt printer evaluation program. Our designers produce our own designs which we look forward to testing in the various booths at SGI 2018.

Plus we will test and evaluate toner printers. Toner printers and short-run digital presses are rarely present at sign expos. We have our own test files since FLAAR now has a separate division for making children’s books: you will be surprised what you see on our www.MayanToons.org web site with even more information on our
www.Mayan-characters-value-based-education.org.

We look forward to seeing our friends in the booths and in the aisles at SGI 2018 and hope to see you there as well.